The National Basketball Association announced Thursday that Minnesota Timberwolves guard Malik Beasley is suspended 12 games without pay for an incident that occurred during the offseason in September.
In a press release, the league said the suspension would go into effect Saturday.
Beasley's suspension stems from him pleading guilty to a felony charge of threatening to commit a crime of violence to terrorize another person, the NBA said in the statement.
According to Yahoo! Sports, Beasley threatened a family with an assault rifle after they had stopped in front of his home during a parade of homes tour back on Sept. 26.
Beasley was arrested in October and pled guilty in December, ESPN reported.
According to Yahoo!, he will serve 120 days in a corrections facility once the season is over.